The Whole-Hearted
by Franklin Allnutt
60 pages, 5"x8" Saddle Stitched
21 B/W Illustrations


Why do some Christians live in freedom and victory?
...and others live in bondage and defeat?

Why do some Christians live in bondage and defeat? And why do others live in freedom and victory?

In the Apostle Paul’s letter to the Romans, he lamented over the dilemma of his earlier life when he tried in vain to live up to the precepts of his Jewish religion. (Romans 7:15)

Like Paul, why do we Christians sometimes fail to do what we want to do, and instead do the very things we really do not want to do?

Actually, Jesus Christ, along with the Apostle Paul, and other writers of the Bible, offer a composite, definitive doctrine of whole-hearted living in contrast with half-hearted living. Not their own doctrines, understand, but God’s doctrine.

And, if we are willing to listen and learn from them, the truths they share can carry us far away from the sophistry of our times and into the truth and freedom of what it means to be a whole-hearted new creature in Christ.

My heart illustrations are designed to helpl readers better understand some of the more abstract biblical descriptions of the critical hidden or invisible spiritual aspects of man.


Illustrations Index
The Whole-Hearted Christian
The Bible’s Ontological and Functional Perspectives of Man
The Sheep and the Goats
The New Heart Promised by God
The Chambers of the Heart
Spiritual Relationships of the Old Man and the New Man
We are New Creatures, But Do Not Always Act Like It
The Modes of the Heart
Varieties of Half-Hearted Christians
The Hard-Hearted Christian
The Shallow-Hearted Christian
The Double-Hearted Christian
The Fat-Hearted or Worldly Christian
The Fruit of the Fat-Hearted Christian
The Broken-Hearted or Wounded Christian
The Broken and Contrite-Hearted Christian
The Whole-Hearted Christian
The Spirit-Filled New Heart
Some Teachings of Jesus on Bearing Fruit for God

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